Croston v. Hobbs et al
ORDER ADOPTING 29 Partial Report and Recommendations; granting 34 Motion to Amend/Correct, and directing plaintiff to file the amended complaint by November 14, 2013; and denying 24 Motion for Preliminary Injunction. The. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 11/1/13. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
DETRICK D. CROSTON
ADC # 131172
ARTIS RAY HOBBS, Director, ADC; MARVIN
EVANS, ADC; RAYMOND NAYLOR, ADC;
THOMAS ROLAND, ADC; WILLIAM
STRAUGHN, Maximum Security Unit, ADC;
STEVE OUTLAW, Maximum Security Unit, ADC;
MAURICE WILLIAMS, Maximum Security Unit,
ADC; GREG SOCIA, Maximum Security
Unit, ADC; RODERICK COOKSEY; MORRIS,
Sergeant, Maximum Security Unit; and MARSHALL,
Correctional Officer, Maximum Security Unit
The Court has considered Magistrate Judge Beth Deere's Proposed
Findings and Recommended Disposition, N2 29, and Croston's objections,
N2 33. On de novo review, the Court adopts Judge Deere's proposal as its
decision. FED. R. Crv.P. 72(b)(3). Croston's objections repeathisrequestto be
relocated within the prison and his allegations of past excessive force, but do
not demonstrate he is in any danger of future harm. Croston's motion for
injunctive relief, N2 24, is denied.
Croston also moves to amend his complaint to correctly identify
defendant Marsh, originally named as Marshall, and to add defendants and
claims regarding the prison's alleged deliberate indifference to Croston's
mental health needs after the alleged assault. The motion, NQ 34, is granted.
Croston's amended complaint due by 14 November 2013.
D.P. Marshall Jf'
United States District Judge
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